News Editor Eric Parizo covers what experts and attendees say about the merits of a proposed national ID card system, the most significant product announcements of the week from Information Security magazine, Sourcefire’s Martin Rosche’s answers to his critics and more. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
News Editor Eric Parizo reports on John Chambers keynote, reaction from attendees and details on the new security features in Microsoft’s upcoming Vista OS. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
News Editor Eric Parizo details Microsoft’s Bill Gates keynote address and gets analysis from Gartner’s John Pescatore, and reactions from conference attendees, plus coverage of the day’s other big speeches. It’s as close as you can get to the show without getting on a plane. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
SearchSecurity.com Editorial Director Jon Panker details why Microsoft’s tool for creating help documentation needs help of its own, how Mozilla addressed a recent spate of browser flaws and why the corporate landscape is shifting beneath the feet of CISOs. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
Senior News Writer Bill Brenner prepares listeners for Friday’s expected Nyxem strike, AV firms promise better testing for their antispyware products and Oracle swallows another round of criticism. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
News Editor Eric Parizo brings us the latest on the fast-moving Nyxem worm and what it may do on Feb. 3, the latest flaws and fixes from the top vendors and why security pros aren’t paying attention to what their tools tell them.
Editorial Director Jon Panker brings us news of a Windows Wi-Fi flaw, the details behind two new customer data leaks and the results of an FBI study into how businesses are coping with attacks.
Senior News Writer Bill Brenner details Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday update, which the software giant hopes will thwart what could be an incredibly dangerous exploit, why security investments aren’t doing enough to stop attacks and an expected Sober strike turns out to be a dud.
In our first edition of 2006, News Editor Eric Parizo details Microsoft’s plans for patching the Windows Meta File flaw, Symantec’s latest acquisition and how an anti-hacking firm got hacked.
Security holes plague Macromedia users. Learn about Christmas greetings you don’t want to receive and why Bank of America customers might find themselves short on cash.